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Merge finalizes Interpra purchase

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Merge Technologies of Milwaukee has completed its acquisition of clinical work-flow and information management product developer Interpra Medical Imaging Network of Toronto (SCAN 8/4/99). The company plans to add Interpra’s Java-based

Merge Technologies of Milwaukee has completed its acquisition of clinical work-flow and information management product developer Interpra Medical Imaging Network of Toronto (SCAN 8/4/99). The company plans to add Interpra’s Java-based clinical work-flow and information management products to its portfolio of image management and networking solutions, and facilitate the creation of Web-accessible multimedia radiology reports.

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